Toledo Area’s Best Senior Living Options

. January 31, 2019.
Senior living

Whether you are a caregiver or a person in need of extra help, finding the right residential community or recreational opportunity means a safe, comfortable and healthy future. Don’t be intimidated by the wealth of options— we’ve found the Toledo area’s best communities to help you, or your parent, meet unique needs.

Moongate Adult Living

Moongate Adult Living

930 Soda Park Dr., Temperance, MI.
734-847-7879 | moongateadultliving.com

Offering luxury, apartment living for seniors aged 55 and older, Moongate is an independent living facility with social opportunities. Residents enjoy private and comfortable one or two bedroom apartments, friendly neighbors, and an active community. You’ll have it all under one roof… library, activities and craft room, beauty salon, fireside lounge, game room, exercise room, coffee shoppe, patios, community room, washer/dryer hookups and activities. Family owned and operated. Offering the best in luxury adult living. Just like home… only better!

The Lakewoods

2125 Arlington Ave.
419-380-5253 | lakewoodsapts.com

The Lakewoods

The Lakewoods is a luxury community designed to fit the diverse lifestyles and needs of people age 55 and older. Centrally located on the Lakewoods Senior Campus in the former Maumee Valley Hospital, this beautiful six-story building was remodeled under historic guidelines to preserve the architecture from the 1930s. Residents can choose between one and two bedroom apartments, each offering spacious floor plans and lots of natural light. While encouraged to live the lifestyle they enjoy, residents are offered new opportunities to socialize, learn, and make new friends. A movie theater, activity room with planned activities, an elegant library with a computer learning center, and an on-staff service coordinator from the Area Office on Aging help keep the community entertained and excited.

Glendale Assisted Living

5020 Ryan Rd.
419-389-0800 | Glendaleassistedliving.com

Glendale Assisted Living

A warm and caring environment with an 85 resident capacity, The Glendale is an intimate, social and cozy community full of strong bonds and new friendships. Inclusive pricing ensures that all residents receive the same care services, such as medication management, utilities (including basic cable and WiFi), three nutritionally balanced meals each day, a full-time activities program, housekeeping and laundry. Activities keep things interesting all the time, and additional services, such as therapy, transportation to and from medical appointments, a beauty shop, weekly visits by a nurse practitioner, and monthly visits from a podiatrist, make The Glendale a great choice.

Partners in Home Care, LLC

2345 Detroit Ave., Maumee
419-389-1020 | phctoledo.com

Recognizing the changes in today’s climate of health care demand, Brian and Valorie Mahas opened Partners in Home Care in 2017 with the desire to provide the highest quality of home health care and commitment to professionalism available. Clients benefit from the compassionate and experienced team, which boasts an average 16 years of nursing experience and bring excellent care to the comfort of their client’s own home. Nurse owned and operated, this home health agency provides patients health care at home as safely and earnestly as possible while offering cost-effective solutions. Committed to helping clients achieve healthy and independent lives, Partners in Home Care are also Joint Commission Accredited and provide free monthly educational sessions at local senior centers.

Ohio Living Swan Creek

5916 Cresthaven Ln.
419-865-4445 | ohioliving.org/communities

Ohio Living Swan Creek

Swan Creek Retirement Village offers full-continuum care throughout the aging process, with housing ranging from independent villas to rehabilitation and long-term care. Made-to-order food, wellness centers, educational opportunities, clubs, and diverse activities keep residents engaged and active in a social community with a home-like atmosphere. Residents can express themselves through the arts, curling up with a good book in the library, and tending to spiritual needs through worship service.

Genacross Lutheran Services

GenacrossLutheranServices.org
Housing & Community Services:
2411 Seaman St. | 419-724-1525

Genacross Lutheran Services

Founded in 1860 by Lutheran pastor Johannes Doerfler, this non-profit social ministry organization serves northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan through their mission: “Inspired by the Christian faith, we embrace individuals and families with compassionate care and services throughout life’s journey.” Offering three care campuses, plus 12 independent living senior communities, Genacross Lutheran Services provides a robust range of services that are all committed to integrating spiritual care for residents and patients, although all faiths are welcome to enjoy the organization’s compassionate care, social activities, engaging lifestyle options, and friendly staff members.

Committed to being an important resource, Genacross ensures that the whole family adjusts to the aging process by offering education, guidance, and the right level of care for each individual. For families not yet ready for full-time care, Genacross also has a home health agency, called Genacross at Home, which provides skilled nursing and therapy services to help people recover from an illness or injury in the comfort of their own homes. As well, their Adult Day Center combines health services with social and therapeutic activities for a comprehensive, caring approach.

Vibrant Life Senior Living

667 W. Sterns Rd. Temperance, MI.
734-847-3217

Vibrant Life Senior Living

With two inviting assisted living lodges, Vibrant Life offers options catered to the specific type of care for each resident, including an innovative memory care program designed to respond to the ever-changing needs of people with cognitive loss. The warm and caring community offers activities such as game nights, baking, book and movie clubs, musical events, day trips, and more, ensuring that each person can continue having a life and remain vibrant— despite changes in his or her needs and lifestyle.

Senior Star at West Park Place

3501 Executive Pkwy.
419-469-1748 | seniorstar.com/westparkplace

Senior Star at West Park Place

Whether celebrating a holiday with new friends and family, attending a class, learning something new, or sharing a delicious dinner prepared by Chef Matt— a graduate of Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts who enjoys post-meal conversation as much as preparing meals— residents at West Park Place stay active and involved through the community’s diverse assortment of activities. Offering independent living, home health care, and short-term stay programs, seniors thrive in West Park Place’s caring atmosphere and warm community.

Pelham Manor

2700 Pelham Rd.
419-537-1515 | jewishtoledo.org/pelham-manor

In 1980, Jewish Senior Services of Greater Toledo opened Pelham Manor with a mission to provide safe, affordable housing to persons 62 and older. Located in the Old Orchard neighborhood, conveniently located near the University of Toledo, Toledo Hospital and the Westgate area, Pelham Manor offers a safe, accessible environment that is subsidized through a Section 8 contract (rent is 30% of adjusted income, with utilities and cable television included). In addition, Pelham Manor employs a service coordinator (social worker) who can help residents manage services that allow them to maintain their independence. Offering 101 units, with some available to non-elderly persons with enhanced accessibility features, the desirable Pelham Manor is fully occupied and maintains a waitlist, typically running one year.

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